The 7 Games You Need To Assemble Your Video Game Expendables

By: 08.14.14  •  17 Comments
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The Expendables return this week to cash another paycheck — er, I mean, have another exciting adventure — and, unsurprisingly, most of these big action movie icons have had a number of video games to their name.

So, I thought it’d be fun to pick the best video game each of the movie’s major cast members has appeared in/inspired, thus creating a super team of video games you can entertain yourself with after you’ve experienced The Expendables 3 this weekend. Here’s the seven games you’ll need to build your video game Expendables…

Jason Statham

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Lionsgate

Call of Duty (2003)

Yup, Jason Statham did voice work for Call of Duty waaay back when the series was still set during World War II and merely quite popular, not absurdly world-consuming popular. Sadly a Crank movie was never made — woulda liked to see the quicktime events for that one.

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Wesley Snipes

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20th Century Fox

White Men Can’t Jump (1995)

Yes, they made a White Men Can’t Jump video game (exclusively for the Atari Jaguar no less). I’ve never played it, and there’s a good chance it’s terrible, but it earns its spot on this list merely for existing.

Ronda Rousey

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EA Sports UFC (2014)

Ronda Rousey is one of the few stars in the movie that didn’t first make her name during the Carter administration, and appropriately, her game is the most recent on the list as well. In fact, EA Sports UFC came out less than a month ago, and is picking up decent reviews, so if you’re looking for a game that doesn’t require re-hooking up old consoles or messing with emulators, this is it.

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